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January 18, 2012 - 8:30AM
Westin Verasa, 1314 McKinstry st, Napa
How could we characterize 2011 Napa Vintage, compared to previous years? How can we leverage the latest scientific advances to improve winemaker expertise? The 2011 Vintage Report was held on January 18th 2012 at the Westin Verasa. The purpose of this conference is to discuss the link between fruit maturation, plant and climate, specifically in Napa. Throughout the day, there were discussions mixing renowned Napa Valley winemakers testimonials with scientific results. 2011 Vintage Report keynote was delivered by Michel Rolland. The idea of a Vintage Report has stemmed from our willingness to enhance sustainability practices through education about plant physiology and its response to environment. By organizing this conference each year, we aim at creating the impulse to gather winemakers and scientists interested in improving winemaking. Join us next year to gain up to the minute perspectives from the industry and get a unique firsthand insight into the 2012 Vintage. This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to share experiences, ideas and connections, to better understand the past Vintage and prepare for the next one.



This event is a technical meeting dedicated to winemakers, grapegrowers, vineyard/winery staff and winery owners. Full-time industry suppliers are politely asked to attend as event sponsors. For questions or additional clarifications on this policy, please contact [email protected] .
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